Here comes a great summer of sport

From England trying to reverse their cricketing and rugby fortunes to Tiger Woods looking to continue his comeback in the 147th Open Championship, we have an exciting line-up of sport to keep you on the edge of your seat this summer.

International Test, ODI and T20 cricket


This summer England host series against India, Australia and Pakistan. How will Australia fare after the recent scandal? Can India maintain their rankings? Is Pakistan vulnerable with their choice of uncapped players? Or is the real pressure on England after their Ashes loss?

The U.S. Open and Open Championship Golf

ORLANDO, FL - MARCH 18: Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland plays his shot from the seventh tee  during the final round at the Arnold Palmer Invitational Presented By MasterCard at Bay Hill Club and Lodge on March 18, 2018 in Orlando, Florida.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

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The wonderfully titled Shinnecock Hills will host the U.S. Open in June before reigning champion Jordan Spieth will be looking to defend his title at Carnoustie for the Open in July. But beware – there's a Tiger on the prowl, as Woods continues his comeback after his latest injury setback. Who will take home The Claret Jug this year?

Formula One Grand Prix™ racing

2017 F1 Grand Prix of Monaco Race Day May 28th


Enjoy grandstand seats for an epic 2018 F1® season. From the Monaco to the British Grand Prix™, watch every practice, qualifying and race live. Plus, get expert analysis from the Sky Sports' world-class team of pundits. See Hamilton and Mercedes defend their titles against Vettel and Räikkönen in the flying Ferraris.

International Test rugby

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After three losses in a row, England's three Test tour of South Africa could be critical to re-establishing their confidence and getting back to a winning streak. Tune in on 9, 16 and 23 June for every pass, tackle and scrum, as these two nations collide.

Premier League football

Liverpool v Manchester City - Premier League


Just when you're beginning to get real football withdrawal, it'll be back. The Premier League 2018/19 season starts again on 11 August and promises you a football feast – 126 games in all, with live fixtures on Friday and Monday nights, as well as Saturdays and Sundays.


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